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Through many novels, Thomas Hardy has told the stories of characters and flaws.
This book was a very good book, at first I thought that it would be a boring classic book but as I started reading it I realized that it was a really good book.
"Tess of the D'Urbervilles" is Thomas Hardy's most famous protagonist and one of literature's most tragic heroines.
A woman who follows her passions, but does not resent society for forsaking her, but her lover.Published 2 months ago by rebecca adams
Ooh Dear Tess. Your heart will be drawn to this beautiful and delightful woman.Published 2 months ago by Ralph Kolbeck
Beautifully written and captured me from the start. I didn't want to put it down! I found myself rooting Tess the whole time.Published 2 months ago by Teresa Morgan Christian
This book in the long run is a love story. Not all mushy like so many of the books today. Nothing sexual. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Margaret N. Keener
Good characters, but also a bit irritating. I bought this for a friend to put on her new ereader and decided to give ti a read myself. I got through it, but it was a struggle. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Errol McLedder